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Boomkat Product Review:
Quick on the heels of IVVVO's 'When I Feel You Wet', Untold's ORO label renders the "spontaneous verbal outpourings" and grubby low-tech electronics of Brian Routh with 'You Can't Be Me'.
From a fringe position in the arts since the early '70s, Leicester-based Routh has performed and worked with a wealth of contemporaries includingamong them, Karen Finley, Henry Rollins, Genesis P-Orridge, Sex Pistols, Lol Coxhill, Derek Bailey and many more.
Here he sounds just as canny and possibly even more relevant than many artists half his age with four tracks of taut, hard-nosed electronic funk serrated with shocking but controlled outbursts, at best in the swaggering title song and a crooked piece of trip hop/2-step called 'Laughing'.